Katalin Horvath

Quilter, Textile artist

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Kati Horvath


The patterns are instructed using the "Draw-Sew-Trim" technique, that makes the applique process easier, faster and more accurate.

DST - Patterns

"It is not just a kit, but the perfect Draw-Sew-Trim experience"

More than a kit...

How wide can you stretch your wings when it comes to creating your visions?

Boost your quilting


Chakras are points in the bodies into which the universal life force (vishwaprana) flows.

Quilted mandala pillows inspired by the energy centres of the body (called Chakras), resonating with Your whole being, helping You to discover and unite with all Your talents and powers in order to heal yourself and come to a higher awareness. Hanging it on the wall at Your home, it harmonizes Your area of living with the resonances of Your higher Self.

Wall decoration
is an important part of the 
interior design of homes 
and offices.

An individually designed 
and created quilt
in the given surroundings 
could contribute 
to the established 
order and flow.

Katalin Horvath textile artist
member of the IQA


Of  The

International Quilt
Association (IQA)

Meet Katalin


I always loved crafts, I learned crocheting, knitting, embroidering weaving as a child, my grandma was a great inspiration and teacher. As a teenager I sewed dresses for myself and my sister. But it was only in 2000, when I found a patchwork book and I just had to try something... Since then I can not stop finding new challenges, something new to learn.

How it's made?

I make a lot of drawings, I usually take my notebook everywhere I go, so I can draw any time I get an idea.

Dream quilts, healing mandalas...

People always had their home designs even in the ancient times. They drew and painted on the walls that had a special meaning and placed special objects to certain spots of their living space. Nowadays we mostly do it for practical or aesthetic reasons, but our ancestors knew exactly how the resonances of their objects, drawings and symbols effected their surroundings. 

It is interesting and wise to think about what effect we would like to attain with colours, shapes and symbols in our homes.

You might want to gain energy, inspiration, vitality in your office or study room and might want to attain peace, calmness and relaxation in your bedroom.

A carefully chosen art piece (mandala, wall hanging, etc.) can contribute tremendously to your desired home.

Flat 10 Monkton Court

35 Branksome Wood Road

Bournemouth, Dorset



email: dreamquilt4u@gmail.com

mobile: +447944171546

Katalin Horvath

Quilter, Textile artist

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